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... for another twenty mins. I began to finish up the bottom of my skirt. By the time I knew it, it was all done, I proudly stood up, put one leg in the skirt and the next, brought it up to my waste and twirled as I happily sang “I’m finished”. Ixchel proudly stood up and said that skirt is beautiful Caren!” We chatted for a little bit with the young lady and she informed us on how this market began in the year 1969. It was known back then ...
... bar to watch the sunset later, so we planned on joining them then. We made a pit stop on McDonald's, which is definitely the nicest I've ever been. They have a garden with a fountain! Plus I had a Big Tasty but a chicken one... What more could you want in life! Following that we went up to the church to have a look round where a huge festival was going on and a profession through the city with a band and lots of food ...
... were hiking with a guide, but were already completely exhausted. As one often does when travelling, you keep bumping into the same people, and I saw them again arriving by boat when I was leaving to go back to San Pedro.
Back at San Pedro I sat with my Israeli friends and chatted for a good while, and we shared some cheese cake, which is popular here. That was followed by a visiit from a Mayan lady who works in the catering industry (of sorts). When it was ...
... full of tables, only the pint of Guinness painted on the wall and the Irish girl behind the small bar in the corner gave it any semblance to an Irish Bar. That said, the beer was cold and the food was good - we'll definitely be back.
The sun had gone down and we took a walk to Iglesia de Nuestra Seņora de la Merced, the church closest to our hotel. It seemed to be the place to be, there was a mass of market stalls selling food ...
... down and over the lake below. How bizarre.
The route that we had to travel is between 2 ports so the road at times was dominated by these huge articulated ...